When I go to make something delicious, and I find out that my bread or buns has gone mouldy. I kind of die a little inside, because by the time I go into the pantry to grab said products, I have already committed myself to the happiness of whatever I have decided to ingest. And my plans are suddenly ruined.
The other day I went into the pantry to grab some yummy ancient grains tortillas to make a tasty wrap, and discovered that they had gotten dry. You know, how tortillas have to be all soft and roll-able to make a wrap? And you open your package and you're all, hey, they're not crusty, but they're not rollable either? How frustrating, because you know they're like, 1 day past being perfect. So you know what I did? I made up for my lack of wrap, and made tortilla chips.
I sprayed some extra-virgin olive oil on those bad boys, dusted them with sea salt and chili powder, cut 'em up with a pizza roller, threw 'em in a 350 oven for about 10 minutes, and whammy. Yum. I had to check them frequently so as they didn't burn, but once I took them out and let them cool, they were perfectly crisp.
|Take that, crusty tortilla.|